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OpenFire server IP/servername FQDN in Red5 settings

Question asked by brainstormer on Aug 31, 2009
Latest reply on Sep 1, 2010 by dayron

My setup of Windows 2003 based Openfire 3.6.4 has the server name as openfire.domain.com, while users are setup as jid@domain.com. In the config it is defined as:

 

xmpp.domain = domain.com

xmpp.fqdn= openfire.domain.com

 

I installed Red5 plugin in OF, and the red5-plugin.jar in Spark. Unfortunetely the Spark plugin inists on using http://domain.com/<httpbindport>/.... and not http://openfire.domain.com/<httpbindport>/.... so the interface fails. I looked at the red5-plugin.jar properties but could not figure out where to implement the correct path. Any help is appreciated.

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